Arsenal Football Club is one of the most famous football teams in the world. It has over 100 million fans worldwide and sees its international fans as key to its further success, and wants to create amazing experiences for the fans when they come to Arsenal’s home stadium in London.
In a recent ComputerWeekly article, Arsenal’s CIO, Hywel Sloman, points out that when it comes to the intersection of sports and technology,
One of the interesting facets of the digital revolution transforming the modern enterprise is that it’s creating new human challenges and opportunities. The IT head’s role is undergoing big changes due to technology, but those changes require new people skills every bit as much as technical chops. Success or failure as an IT leader depends a lot on how well he or she can manage people as well as software and systems.
Gartner calls this new type of IT head a “CIO Leader.” Gartner Fellow Marianne Broadbent and Gartner VP Ellen Kitzis say,
When business leaders think about their organization’s data, they might think about records kept in on-premises systems or even in cloud applications, but they generally think of that data as very much inside the business. But what if those data assets could be reimagined and repackaged as a complete service and then exposed, inside and outside the business, through APIs? Now enterprise data not only has the possibility to spur growth but also provide new revenue streams for the business.
When was the last time you received a letter? It’s no surprise that the amount of mail sent through the postal service each year is declining dramatically. For traditional postal services, like the New Zealand Post, this could represent a terminal crisis. But instead of trying to hang on to outdated business models, NZ Post is using APIs to enter the e-commerce, package delivery, and logistics markets, transforming its business and providing new sources of revenue.
Digital transformation is happening faster than you think. Businesses are evolving into “composable enterprises” built out of connected software, services, and applications. To create a new service, launch a new product, or enhance existing systems, businesses need to quickly connect applications, data and devices; their ability to stitch all these parts together determines whether they will win or lose in the market.
It’s increasingly the CIO’s job to accelerate innovation across the business.
I’m Mike Hamilton, the Director of IT for MuleSoft, and I am very excited to be kicking off a series of blog posts talking about how we use MuleSoft technology here at MuleSoft.
At MuleSoft our approach to IT involves blending our work and talent into the fabric of the business. We are continually looking for opportunities to use our technical experience to solve or enhance business processes and in turn make MuleSoft and our fellow Muleys successful.
Financial services firms value Salesforce solutions for their ability to drive business transformation. These solutions provide customers, employees, and partners with robust anywhere, anytime functionality for sales, service, marketing and customer engagement.
Salesforce can solve a wide array of business challenges for financial institutions. A bank relationship manager might need to understand their commercial client’s product portfolio and credit exposure across its treasury management,
For this week’s Meet a Muley post, we thought we’d take it back to the Connectors team and introduce you to a newer Muley! Suchi Deshpande, Sr. Product Manager for Connectors, has a quirky sense of humor and focuses her time on keeping things connected. Despite coming from a mobile background, she’s settled into MuleSoft pretty well. When she’s not running around the office,
For this week’s Meet a Muley post, we thought we’d take advantage of José Sahad being in the SF office for the week. José comes from Buenos Aires and is Lead Developer, or in more exciting terms, a Software Engineer on the Connectors team. Read on to hear about how he ended up in engineering and his interesting quest for a cure to an all too common problem.
I’m no psychic but I bet you two things: This holiday you already took a bunch of pictures that went straight into facebook and you drank A LOT. Now you’ll probably edit your photos in the morning, but it seems a shame to lose those drunken shots. What if you could save them? Let’s see how you can do that using Mule. We’ll see how we can make an app that pulls all our facebook photos and upload them into box.
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.